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“Some college, no degree” is not going to cut it.
A Florida teen, known among school staff for her stellar record at Bartow High School, was a little too curious on Monday morning.
You don’t usually hear about the kids in the school band getting into trouble. They tend not to jump on tables at lunch doing the Harlem Shake, or suspended from band for making sex tapes, and they’re not usually the schoolyard bullies. Band — music programs — must be doing something right, or the programs just seem to attract a decent brand of child.
A teacher had students write math problems, the students wrote math problems about slaves, the teacher handed out the problems, and there are some parents — some parents — who wonder what the big deal is?
Is fear of young children a legitimate phobia or a good reason to try to shake down a school district? We’re about to find out.
A failing grade for Minnesota schools has more to it than meets the eye.
MPR’s Tim Pugmire reports today several House GOPers are urging Gov. Mark Dayton to reject new Department of Education social studies standards because they do not stress the value of American patriotism.
China and Illinois have been recruiting targets for the U for a few years now. The five-year trend maps, though, show just how important that growth has become.
Maybe there’d be less violence in the news if more people knit.